A Call for Pitches: Education
Following up on our call for reader questions about education, these are the big topics or prompts we're looking for contributors to explore for The Atlantic, whether in reported pieces, context-heavy historical retellings, or in some cases, personal reflections. For some of these, you might not even need experience in journalism – just a fresh perspective that other people might be able to learn from.
Preferred email address
If you want to write for us, we need to be able to reach you, so please use your real email address here.
What do you do?
Experienced journalist? Professor? Parent or student or none of these titles? Tell us what perspective you bring to the table here.
What prompt or topic are you responding to?
Historical instance of change in education (be specific)
Preparing students for the new world of work outside the classroom
Experiences of learning abroad
School decisions made behind closed doors
What's your pitch?
Try to make these as developed as possible. Tell us what your angle is, what argument you're making, what point you hope to communicate or story you hope to tell.
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of Atlantic Media.